Sponsor a client’s meals for a period. $25.00 one week; $50.00 two weeks; $100.00 four weeks; $300.00 for three months; or $1,000 for one year.
Call us at 704.932.3412 to get started.
You may donate to the John and Cindy Barnhardt Fund in memory of John and Cindy. Anyone may donate funds to the account by clicking on the donation button below or by designating “John Barnhardt Memorial Fund” in the note section of their check. Funds will be deposited into a separate account. Funds will be used to pay for sponsorship of clients who are unable to pay for their own meals, a cause that was very close to John’s heart, as well as operations of the organization.
John and Cindy Barnhardt were a very integral part of Cabarrus Meals on Wheels for over 20 years. John was a local business owner who sat on the Board of Directors for several years. He was a vital part of the growth of Cabarrus Meals on Wheels and it was his dream to see that all seniors have a meal. After his passing in December 2006, his wife Cindy took over his seat on the Board and worked tirelessly to fulfill John’s dream. Before Cindy’s death in June 2008, she set up the John Barnhardt Fund for Meals on Wheels so their dream could live on.
CMOW has been the recipient of donations from events like Purses for a Purpose and the Color Run. Trey Siner Insurance has also made CMOW the beneficiary of his Referral Program.
Make a planned gift to Meals on Wheels and leave a legacy of providing nutritious home-delivered meals to seniors in need. Call us at 704.932.3412 to learn more.
We were able to purchase our building through a Legacy gift!
Increase the power of your donation toward healthy meals for seniors by asking your employer about matching donations.
We may be the only contact our clients have with another individual and to let them know we care, we give each client a birthday cake, card, and gift box/bag on their birthday.
Gift boxes/bags are put together and donated by the community. Since we have 400+ clients, we average between 10-15 birthdays a month. Learn more here.
We found that some clients were sharing their meals with their pets for various reasons, but mostly because they couldn’t afford to buy pet food. In some cases, our clients’ pet is their only family or companion. Our Pet Food Assistance Program solely runs off of the generosity of the community. We are not able to use donor dollars to purchase pet food so we depend on various individuals, groups and organizations to collect the food for us. Learn more here.